Microsoft has taken a (comparatively) big step in reaching out to a number of its fans. According to reports, users of Windows Phone 8.1 will soon get their own File Manager service, dubbed Files.
Responding to the feedback the company gathered from its official Windows Phone UserVoice, Microsoft has finally shown the green light to the File Manager service on its devices running the brand new Windows Phone 8.1 operating system.
If fans will remember correctly, at the start of the current month, while participating in an AMA hosted on Reddit, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore offered a gripping piece of news for Windows Phone users. He stated that along with the arrival of Windows Phone 8.1, users will finally be getting an official file manager to work with.
"The Windows Phone team has been cleaning up the UserVoice thread and marking as complete. The request for a file manager to come to Windows Phone has been marked completed," WPCentral states.
"An admin on the boards also informs us that the file manager app for Windows Phone will be launching in June and will just be called ‘Files'."
As of now, Files is set to arrive officially for the public this June.